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What is the difference between LTE and FIOS Internet? 

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Basically, since LTE has been designed to operate in licensed bands, the centralized scheduling performed by LTE eNodeBs saturates all the channel resources, while Wi-Fi stations refrain from transmitting if the channel is sensed busy.

Simulation results show that LTE system performance is slightly affected by coexistence whereas Wi-Fi is significantly impacted by LTE transmissions.

LTE-Advanced (also known as LTE Release 10) significantly enhances the existing LTE Release 8 and supports much higher peak rates, higher throughput and coverage, and lower latencies, resulting in a better user experience.

The licensed-assisted access-based long term evolution (LAA-LTE) is a promising solution to provide enhanced LTE services by sharing unlicensed bands with WiFi systems.

For those scenarios where the gateway itself does not have a wired Internet connection, LTE is a candidate solution due to its high spectral efficiency, bandwidth, and coverage.

Then, Wi-Fi operation is severely affected when in coexistence with LTE.

We show that despite the market is confirming LAA as the leading unlicensed LTE technology, in certain setups, efficient implementations of LTE-U may prove unexpectedly better in coexisting with Wi-Fi.

The results show that by configuring the LTE-U with the appropriate TXOP and muting period values, the proposed scheme can significantly improve the coexistence among LTE-U and Wi-Fi in a fair manner.

We show that Wi-Fi is severely impacted by LTE transmissions; hence, the coexistence of LTE and Wi-Fi needs to be carefully investigated.

Carrier aggregation is a potential technology for the LTE-Advanced system to support wider bandwidth than the LTE system.